Google Project Fi mobile phone service is now open in United State for people using Nexus smartphone. This launch ended the 10-month invitation-only test phase.
Google Product manager Simon Arscott said in a blog post “We’re excited to be exiting our invitation-only mode and opening up Project Fi. So that people across the US can now sign up for service without having to wait in line for an invite” .
“With Project Fi, we deliver fast wireless service with the flexibility to use it where you want even internationally and a monthly bill that’s simple and easy to understand.” he added.
“With Project Fi, we deliver fast wireless service with the flexibility to use it where you want (even internationally). A monthly bill that’s simple and easy to understand. Over the past 10 months, we’ve learned a lot about how people use Project Fi and wanted to share a few of these insights with you!
Project Fi is only available for Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6 smartphones from Google at the moment. It only works with a special SIM card that supports connections to multiple cellular networks.
The basic plan for Fi Plan will cost you around $20 monthly with unlimited domestic voice calls with unlimited domestic + international text messaging.
What is Project Fi by Google?
Project Fi was introduced by Google on 22 April, 2015. Google Partnered with top mobile networks in the U.S.—Sprint and T-Mobile. They introduced a new technology that gives you better coverage. They intelligently connect you to the fastest available network at your location whether it’s Wi-Fi or one of two partner LTE networks.
As you go about your day, Project Fi automatically connects you to more than a million free, open Wi-Fi hotspots we’ve verified as fast and reliable.
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